Thursday, January 3, 2013

Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi holds forth on 'Planet of the Apes'


    • What does Morsi reveal in this interview? (1) Morsi, like all Mohammedans, is obsessed with apes. It makes sense that he found the movie "Planet of the Apes" interesting. (1a) The writer of the movie, Rod Serling, was Jewish. (2) The movie, "Beneath the Planet of the Apes" has bomb worship. This is another modern Mohammedan theme. - post by Samuel Dinkels
    • Morsi, in a lengthy interview with Time magazine, the transcript of which Time just posted online, abruptly transitioned from discussing the U.S.-Egypt relationship to the “Planet of the Apes” movie franchise. Morsi’s point seems to be about Egypt’s need to take responsibility for its own problems. Or maybe it’s about economic self-sufficiency. Or “the role of the art.” It’s really not clear. Here’s the leader of the Arab world’s most populous nation:
      • Morsi is, like all mohammedans, obsessed with apes or "monkeys". He sounds like a real idiot. Someone should tell him that Planet of the Apes was authored by the Jewish writer Rod Serling.
    • Morsi, in a lengthy interview with Time magazine, the transcript of which Time just posted online, abruptly transitioned from discussing the U.S.-Egypt relationship to the “Planet of the Apes” movie franchise. Morsi’s point seems to be about Egypt’s need to take responsibility for its own problems. Or maybe it’s about economic self-sufficiency. Or “the role of the art.” It’s really not clear. Here’s the leader of the Arab world’s most populous nation:
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